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Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 147,919 pages of information and 233,587 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them.

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John Mowlem Burt (1845–1918), elder son of [[George Burt (1816-1894)|George Burt]]
John Mowlem Burt (1845–1918), elder son of [[George Burt (1816-1894)|George Burt]]


1875 became a partner in [[John Mowlem and Co|Mowlem, Freeman and Burt]], overseeing major works such as the Admiralty extensions and arch (1896–1901, 1906–14), New Scotland Yard (1908), Institution of Civil Engineers (1911), and the refronting of Buckingham Palace (1913).  
1875 became a partner in [[John Mowlem and Co|Mowlem, Freeman and Burt]], overseeing major works such as the Admiralty extensions and arch (1896–1901, 1906–14), New Scotland Yard (1908), Institution of Civil Engineers (1911), and the re-fronting of Buckingham Palace (1913).  


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== See Also ==
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== Sources of Information ==
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Latest revision as of 06:55, 13 January 2015

John Mowlem Burt (1845–1918), elder son of George Burt

1875 became a partner in Mowlem, Freeman and Burt, overseeing major works such as the Admiralty extensions and arch (1896–1901, 1906–14), New Scotland Yard (1908), Institution of Civil Engineers (1911), and the re-fronting of Buckingham Palace (1913).

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Sources of Information